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Country papers

Trigger: Annual Report for the Pan African CLTS project

Trigger is an Annual Report for the Pan African project Empowering self-help sanitation of rural and peri-urban communities and schools in Africa. It includes background information about the project, overviews of the 8 countries’ activities and progress as well as many interesting photos.

Date: 17 November 2011

Engaging with government to scale-up Community-Based Total Sanitation in Indonesia

In 2007 Plan International Indonesia (Plan Indonesia) adopted Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) as its only approach for implementing sanitation projects in its 9 Program Unit sites. This paper outlines the process being undertaken to take CLTS to scale, the key factors that have enabled it and the lessons learned so far.

Date: 7 October 2011
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Factors Associated with Achieving and Sustaining Open Defecation Free Communities: Learning from East Java

Research conducted in 2010 in East Java to identify factors associated with achieving and sustaining behavior change by communities to become ODF shows that communities achieving ODF status within two months of triggering achieved markedly higher access gains. In addition, evidence from environmental observation, latrine ownership records, reported usage, and observation of facility maintenance show that 95 percent of the quickly ODF communities had sustained their behavior change 4 to 28 months after ODF declaration. Factors associated with quickly ODF communities include high social capital, high-quality CLTS triggering, access to latrine supplies, easy payment terms, absence of external subsidy packages to a few households out of all, and regular monitoring. These quickly ODF communities represent the most efficient model for scaling up sustainably.
Nilanjana Mukherjee (WSP, 2011)

Date: 5 October 2011
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Succès avec l’ATPC dans la Région Anosy!

Maintenant plus de 125 personnes utilisent leurs propres latrines à Vatambe et Emagnevy dans la Commune Rurale de Mahatalaky après un déclenchement de l’ATPC (Assainissement Totale Piloté par la Communauté) réalisé par l’ONG Azafady l’année dernière. Cette mise à jour pour le réseau Diorano-WASH de Madagascar rend compte des leçons tirées de l’initiative pilote de l’ATPC.

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Date: 5 October 2011
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The Sanitation Profile of Vietnam and Possibilities of Scaling up of CLTS

Trip report by Kamal Kar based on his visit between the 19th and 26th June 2011 which included a review of the practice of CLTS in Vietnam, consultation with the main actors of sanitation in the country and a two day workshop to discuss and plan ways forward for scaling up of CLTS in Vietnam.

Date: 21 September 2011
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Evaluation of CLTS in Vatambe and Emagnevy Mahatalaky Rural Commune, Anosy Region, Madagascar

In 2010 Azafady started piloting CLTS with 2 communities in Mahatalaky Rural Commune. This evaluation report documents organisational lessons learnt from the initiative – for example the challenges of triggering during a peak labour period. The evaluation looks at the period October 2010 to June 2011.

Date: 20 September 2011
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